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uCMDB: Failed to detect the action

hi experts,

I have three servers, one where the uCMDB server is installed, the other where the data flow probe is

installed and the third where the uCMDB database (schema) is installed; the 3 servers are in the same

workgroup. If I make a discovery between these 3 servers is effected correctly. I made a discovery of another

server located in another workgroup, I have assigned a WMI user in root\CIMV2 with privileges of "Execute

Methods", "Enable Account" and "Remote Enable"; in the COM Security have the Launch Permission "Local

Launch", "Remote Launch" and "Remote Activation", are already enabled port: UDP 137, 138, TCP 135, 136, 139,

443 and 1024. the Windows Firewall port is stopped.

When i run the command "wbemtest" I can connect without problem. When i add credentials in WMI Protocol of

UCMDB and verify the connection, the connection is correct. When I go to Universal Discovery> Detection

Modules> Host and Resources> Inventory Discovery> Basic Inventory> Host Resources by WMI and start the

activity, I get the error "Failed to detect the action" and verify the details indicates that CI is "WMI

(database host)".

Could anyone tell me if I need any other permission or prior to starting the activity process?

By the way, only from the uCMDB server i've got response when I ping the IP to discover.

I'm using uCMDB 10.10 and MS SQL Server 2008

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